'Let's not discredit my years of working out': Khloe Kardashian slams trolls who claim she used 'diabetic pills'

'Let's not discredit my years of working out': Khloe Kardashian slams trolls who claim she used 'diabetic pills'
Khloe Kardashian denies the claim that she used diabetic drugs for weight loss (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for The Met Museum/Vogue)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: After her "stunning" Instagram pictures attracted curious fans to speculate about her "changing appearance," Khloe Kardashian has silenced the trolls who accused her of using the contentious diabetic drug to lose weight. Khloe credited nutrition, a sauna suit, and twice-daily running for all the noticeable differences.

The “Kardashians” star, while sharing a series of pictures, wrote, "I wore clip on bangs for this shoot." It was fun to give a different look and not be committed. I am surprised with how much I liked the bangs even though they changed the shape of my face. Would you ever get bangs?." A follower commented, "The fact that she uses dibetic medicine to get this skinny is disturbing." 



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Khloé Kardashian defended herself by clapping back and saying, "Let's not discredit my years of working out." I get up five days a week at 6 a.m. to train. Please stop with your assumptions. I guess new year still means mean people," the daily mail reported. One more user reacted by saying, "Ohhh it was the bangs that changed your face so much in these pics?" to which the reality star, 38, repied, "I openly talk about my nose job and anyone who 'looks up' to me must know I’ve lost over 60 pounds over the years," The Kardashians star responded to the cruel remark, emphasizing how open she has been about her changing appearance. "So recently the only change is the bangs. I didn’t know I had to do a running list," she continued, as per iNTouch.



"Either way, attacking someone is sad in my opinion." Unprovoked is the saddest part," Khloé lamented. "If you are offended or don’t like what you see, you simply don’t have to say anything." I hope you have a great first week of the new year. Thanks for making mine so jolly," she added. The California native later directly replied to the user, "Women attacking other women is lame." "Happy New Year," the post was later removed.

Last year, it came to light that a TikTok-fueled stampede for the ground-breaking obesity medicine had caused a global scarcity, depriving desperate patients with life-threatening conditions like type 2 diabetes of necessary care. Over the summer, the medication became popular on TikTok as a godsend for individuals trying to lose weight, and unsubstantiated rumors that celebrities like the Kardashian family were using it for weight reduction started to spread, the outlet reported. Although Kim never acknowledged using the medicine, Google searches for it increased when she revealed that she had reduced her body fat percentage from 25 to 18. During season two of The Kardashians, Kim revealed to Khloe that her family was worried she was losing too much weight due to stress over the Tristan Thompson cheating scandal.

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